Workshop: Working with Zero-Trust Security Model on OpenShift

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1012 Douglas St

Alliance Room - 2nd Floor

Victoria, BC V8W 2C3

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Are you a developer working on an application on OpenShift? The Zero-Trust Security model was added to the platform and we're here to help.

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By now, you've heard that the Zero-Trust Network Security model was recently added to the platform. This hands-on workshop will teach you how to develop custom network security policies for your application to take advantage of the new security model. We will explain what the new security model can do for you and how it will impact your application as part of its migration to OpenShift 4.2.

Audience: Developers only (very technical)

Pre-requisites:

  • Development experience on the BC Gov OpenShift platform
  • Admin access to an application's non-PROD namespace with at least 2 pods running that can tolerate a couple of hours downtime(!)
  • Laptop with the oc CLI tool installed

Self-learning:

Did you know? There is a guide for network security on OpenShift for developers. You're encouraged to have a look at this guide to come prepared. If you have feedback about the guide, Olena Mitovska is on Rocket.Chat and would be happy to hear from you.

Questions:

Please direct any questions related to this workshop to Olena Mitovska or Jason Leach via Rocket.Chat.

Future Workshops:

We will plan more workshops based on the demand for this one. Please add your name to the waitlist if the session is full.

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1012 Douglas St

Alliance Room - 2nd Floor

Victoria, BC V8W 2C3

Canada

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